Extensive ber selection. Can get packed at weekend, but weekdays are pretty comfortable and staff is attentive. Nothing overly exciting here, but probably the best of the bunch for this area.
3fourths (1537) Boulder, Colorado | January 25, 2004| Updated January 21, 2013
Located in Bricktown, this two-story old brick biulding is a nice contrast to the usual theme-restaurant and clubs located in Bricktown. Leather couches and chairs near the front door, a massive row of taps at the bar, and numerous tables in a rustic-British-pub feel that many places go for. They generally have Fuller’s London Porter and London Pride on cask, and feature a few Rogue products, most of the Boulevard line (including the draft-only dry stout) and quite a few seasonals. I’ve been there too many times when they are out of what I want, generally seasonals, but I’ve also had the rare flat beer from an old keg. Service at times is great, but other times is downright awful. We once waited a full 15 minutes sitting in a booth before being given menus, and only because we asked. This was on a SLOW night. The food is quite good: shepherds pie, guinness steak soup, and a few seafood dishes give you more than the usual pub food.
Dive pub that is huge. I spent half the day here and nobody cares, I am sure I could have taken a nap under a table. Service was good, but no pick your own samplers or half pours. So get ready to drink. Huge tap list, with as much crap as good stuff. Lots of rare locals. A bit pricey. Good place if you are from out of town.
Braudog (827) Yorktown, Virginia | July 30, 2005| Updated November 19, 2006
I dropped by here once in October 2003. Although they ostensibly had this "great" selection of beers, most of the taps were occupied by ordinary stuff. The night I went they were having some kind of Bacardi promotion that made it feel more like a frat party than anything. And the service suuuucked. UPDATE Nov ’06: Their lineup looks impressive, but I fear they have a big problem keeping their beers fresh and their lines clean. I ordered a Flying Dog Classic Pale Ale and thought they’d mixed the lines with a Pumpkin Ale, the beer was so rancid. The Boulevard Pale that followed was barely better. My friend had a Smithwick’s ... his was good. Places like this can be fun, but only if they can keep up with the challenge of offering so many draft beers.
Visited here late on a Sunday and found it moderately busy. I doubt there’s 200 beers on tap, but there’s certainly a lot to choose from. I tried a couple of beers from Prairie. Bomb! seems to be an ever-present, which must be pretty nice for locals. Prices were solid, food was forgettable. Overall, a no-frills kind of place with an expansive tap selection. What’s not to like?
I live around the corner and this is by far my favorite craft beer bar in the area. A large building with smoking upstairs and large wooden bars that make for plenty of seating. They have by far the best selection and often have a firkin in as well which appeases the ticker in me. The staff is unfortunately not particularly knowledgeable and at times it is quite slow. The food is good but not great by any means and the prices are pretty competitive. If you are looking to tick Oklahoma beers and care about selection this is by far #1 in the OKC area.
Terminus (356) St. Louis, Missouri | January 26, 2004| Updated December 24, 2013
I visited this location in May 2003 and met up with acrodizer there. This place has great food and an awesome tap selection for being in a state that has a 3.2 law! I cant wait to go back to this place
Re-Rate-i visited this place on a sunday and it was totally empty! Whole place to myself! Very attractive and very knowledgeable bar tender definitely was appealing to me! the best bar there is in OK for sure!
Re-Rate-Visited in Jan 2013 on a "date" and again in April. I had a great time at this place. They have many Prairie beers on tap as well as in bottles. has many us and regional micros as well. Staff is very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. I cant say enough good about this place. I dont know why it gets such a low rating. The beers also rotate very regularly, which is saying alot for a place that has over 200 taps! Between me and my "date" we had about 20 beers and 2 plates of food. Our bill was somewhere around $130, which is very respectible. Everytime i go through OKC, i stop at this place!
Located in the heart of Bricktown. Went on a Thursday night and place was dead which is quite amazing given how little there is to do in OKC. Close to a 100 taps and good amount of bottles. Menu is broken down by style and country. Nothing rare or really special on tap but for OKC they offer pretty much every beer available. Had some local and regional brews along with nice selection of national macros such as New Belgium, Great Divide, Left Hand, Anchor, and Boulevard. Not a bad place overall and really the only sort of must stop in OKC.